Description: This is a hunting season special due to a recent timber harvest on 114 acres of this property. This dynamic farm is 337 acres that border the Pea River. While most river property is swampy, this property is mostly high ground making it conducive for year-round recreation. Hunting is known to be unmatched for the area. In fact, it is rumored to be on the level as Hurtsboro, Fitzpatrick, or Enon. The entire farm is accessible via a well-planned road system. This property offers a site for a customized 5 Arce fishpond in the shape of a tooth molar, two elevated large shooting houses, six deer plots, multiple-choice building sites on flat ground, and an impressive timber inventory.
Jamback is a highly sought area for growing timber and big whitetails. The soil composition is desirable for growing lush food plots with plenty of room to expand.
The farm consists of 55 acres of 23-year-old first thinned, healthy pine trees, 115 acres of old-growth hardwoods that are a must-see, 114 acres of lush clear-cut that is a good food source for the local wildlife, 25 acres of natural mature pine, and 17 acres of deer plots, roads, and frontage. The clear cut is currently being prepped to be replanted this winter. There are 1700 ft of flat ground suitable for a short airstrip.
This property has 549' of road frontage on County Road 9 and 256' of road frontage on Star Hill Road. The taxes are around $955 annually.
Location: This property is 11.5 miles from Louisville, 16 miles east of Banks, and 20 miles south of Union Springs.
Access: Head northeast on US-82 E toward Baskin St/Montgomery Ave for 0.2 miles. Turn right onto Holcombe Ave and go 0.3 miles. Take a right onto S Prairie St and go 0.8 miles. Continue onto US-29 S for 4.1 miles. Take a slight left onto AL-239 S and go 8.2 miles. Turn right to stay on AL-239 S and go 5.0 miles. Take a right onto Co Rd 27 and travel 0.9 miles. Continue straight onto Co Rd 9 for 0.8 miles. The destination will be on the right.